This theatre is within the gigantic Marriott Marquis hotel at the heart of Times Square. The seats are comfortable, the theatre is modern, the sight-lines are fantastic, and there is an excellent hotel bar on the seventh floor. In its relatively short history, the Marquis has hosted "Damn Yankees," "The Drowsy Chaperone," and Twyla Tharp's tribute to Frank Sinatra "Come Fly Away." But let's not forget, this is the theatre that saw Sutton Foster rise to stardom in "Thoroughly Modern Millie" in 2002.
The theatre is located inside the Marriott Marquis Hotel and accessible by elevator and escalator inside the hotel. Wheelchair accessible seating is located in the Orchestra only. Restrooms are located on the main level of the theatre, and all restrooms are wheelchair accessible. An assisted listening system is available.